STRATEGY 200 | Bossard Group

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STRATEGY 200

Bossard’s business model has proven not only its strength for growth in normal circumstances, but also its extraordinary resilience in these unprecedented times. With Bossard “Strategy 200” – Bossard turns 200 years old in 2031 – we will focus on this business model and accelerate growth in all our key markets.

Proven Productivity – our promise …

With our long-time philosophy of Proven Productivity, we focus on substantially reducing the management and assembly costs of C-parts for our customers, thereby boosting their competitiveness in a sustainable and measurable way. This philosophy strengthens the bridge of trust between us and our customers day in and day out.

 

Strategic aspiration towards 2031

"Together, we bring Proven Productivity and Sustainability to every assembly operation in the world"

 

To turn this aspiration into reality, we focus on OEM customer groups with the aim of supporting them to boost their competitiveness. In doing so, we rely on high-quality products, outstanding services, assembly technology consulting, and efficient processes along the entire supply chain.

 

Strategy 200 – focus and scale

Within the context of our winning aspiration towards 2031 we are aiming to achieve sustainable high-quality growth by focusing on our key strengths. We want to substantially increase our sales revenue to further expand our market position – organically and through acquisitions.

 

However, volume growth should not come at the expense of profitability, which must at least keep pace with revenue. In addition, the invested capital must yield a reasonable return for our investors.